Brecht on Theatre: The Development of an Aesthetic Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


The actor first masters his character by mastering the _____. (from 1947-1948 (Zurich))


Subordinating one's own _____to what one imagines those intentions to be is one of Brechts 'common tendencies for actors to guard against'. (from 1948-1956 (Berlin), Section 2)


Length of scene was settled during _____. (from 1948-1956 (Berlin), Section 2)


Brecht felt that in the great American comedies, the human being is presented as _____. (from 1918-1932 (Augsburg, Munich, Berlin), Section 3)


Epic theatre strives to achieve a character rather than a _____. (from 1947-1948 (Zurich))

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